Nargaroth - Spectral Visions Of Mental Warfare



6.9 | 27 votes |
Release date: 26 March 2011
Style: Black metal

Owners:

23 have it
8 want it


01. Odin's Weeping For Jördh
02. An Indifferent Cold In The Womb Of Eve
03. Diving Among The Daughters Of The Sea
04. Odin's Weeping For Jördh - Part II
05. Journey Through My Cosmic Cells (The Negation Of God)
06. A Whisper Underneath The Bark Of Old Trees
07. Spectral Visions Of Mental Warfare
08. March Of The Tyrants
09. Roaming Through The Realm Of Hel [bonus]
10. The Daemons Of Happiness [bonus]
11. Through Nebular Dimensions Of Fallen Eden [bonus]
12. Forgotten Memory Of A Dying Dream [bonus]
13. Passed Away [bonus]

Additional info
Released as A6 digi-CD / A5 digi-CD [1000 copies] / Gatefold Double LP [with bonus tracks]


Comments

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03.07.2011 - 17:47
Rating: 9
Carl Berg
Carl Berg
An excellent album from Nargaroth, a sign of the parting with earlier "controversial" releases and a dive into beautiful black metal with a lot of emotions. Nargaroth or not, this album is extraordinary.
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29.08.2012 - 16:22
Ellrohir
Heaven Knight
I think i understand what ppl dont like, but for me its solid release...and "A Whisper Underneath The Bark Of Old Trees" is a fckin brilliant song
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So behold the flight of the sapphire dragon
soaring through the skies once again


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18.08.2016 - 13:32
Rating: 8
Don_Morita
The album as a whole sucks really bad. Just three songs you actually can take seriously as songs. The rest is just some boring spheric garbage. But those three songs that actually deserve the word "song" are so utterly perfect that I can't help but to give the whole album a good rating. I absolutely fell in love with "A Whisper Underneath The Bark Of Old Trees" and "Spectral Visions Of Mental Warfare".
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19.08.2016 - 21:21
Rating: 8
Alien1988
Written by Don_Morita on 18.08.2016 at 13:32

The album as a whole sucks really bad. Just three songs you actually can take seriously as songs. The rest is just some boring spheric garbage. But those three songs that actually deserve the word "song" are so utterly perfect that I can't help to give the whole album a good rating. I absolutely fell in love with "A Whisper Underneath The Bark Of Old Trees" and "Spectral Visions Of Mental Warfare".

That is pretty much what I think of this album . Nothing that impressive from Ash but those three songs that Trahn from Nychts was involved in are just great (I really need some new material from this guy).
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